The risks of war and the power of moral clarity cannot be underestimated.
Recent events have taken me to speak about their long-term strategic implications. Watch and listen to a podcast and video appearance on these topics.
Can we talk? No, really talk. The issue may be more emotional than any mandate or “frank” discussion can address.
It is never too late to learn that joy can be found in small things.
Trapped for hours in socially un-distanced chaos, Southwest Airlines leaves their passengers up in the air without a flight—or a contingency plan.
These days it is easy to become cynical, but I take inspiration from leaders who identify seemingly intractable problems and work to bring people together to make our world better–and safer. Here is a great example of that.
For me, the sum of Dwight Eisenhower’s professional and personal life will always be linked to September. Within the month there lies a symbol of his leadership and accomplishments, as well as a tragic story of his greatest loss.
During World War II, even during the most dangerous and bloody periods of the fighting, people understood the critical importance of relaxation and fun.
I sat, uninterrupted, for what turned out to be hours, reading a book written long ago. During that time, I got the closest I have come, in these last ten months, to a sense of peace.